Polaroid LCD televisions deliver clear digital video images at fast refresh rates. Polaroid LCD televisions are available in a wide variety of types and sizes so you can find the television that best fits your needs and budget. When your Polaroid LCD television isn't displaying video properly, find the repair parts you need to fix the television at Sears PartsDirect.
Preventing your Polaroid LCD television from toppling
Use a sturdy home entertainment center stand for the television that can adequately support the weight of the television.
Secure the home entertainment center stand to the wall behind the television. Use 2 angle braces to secure the home entertainment center stand to the wall. Attach one side of the angle brace to the home entertainment center stand and attach the other side of the angle brace to a wall stud. Repeat that process for the angle brace on the other side of the home entertainment center stand.
Secure the television to the home entertainment center stand. Screw the television stand base directly to the home entertainment center stand using machine screws or use a television support kit to attach a support strap to the television stand and home entertainment center stand to anchor the television in place and keep it from tipping over.
Maintenance tips for your Polaroid LCD television
Unplug the television from the wall outlet before performing any cleaning and maintenance tasks.
Wipe down the LCD screen gently using a soft, lint-free cloth.
Remove deposits or stains from the screen using a soft cloth slightly moistened with a solution of mild soap (dish detergent) and warm water. Wipe soap residue off the screen using a soft cloth slightly moistened with plain water. Dry the screen using a soft, lint-free cloth.
Never use strong chemicals or solvents such as paint thinner, alcohol or benzene for cleaning the LCD screen.
Check the television stand for stability and tighten any loose screws or fasteners. Make sure the television is properly secured to the home entertainment stand so it won't topple.
Check the mounting brackets for the home entertainment stand. Tighten any loose screws in the mounting brackets.
Clean dust and lint from ventilation slots and grills in the television cabinet. Use dry, canned air to clear air ventilation slots and grills if needed.
Wipe down the television cabinet with a soft cloth moistened with water. Dry the cabinet with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Plug the television power cord back into the wall outlet.